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12 Sapphire X1950 Pro Dual

Sapphire X1950 Pro Dual

GPU & Displays | 3rd May 2007

ATI's AIB's are still awaiting r600 and whilst they wait many of them are filling in with some rather interesting cards. Sapphire's latest is the X1950 pro dual, and pretty crazy it is!

36 abit Fatal1ty F-I90HD Motherboard

abit Fatal1ty F-I90HD Motherboard

CPU & Mainboard | 2nd May 2007

AMD/ATI recently released their 690G chipsets for the digital home. The Intel socket 775 version is based again on the ATI Radeon Express 1250 graphics solution, we take a look at abit's Fatal1ty F-I90HD

13 Scythe Kama Meter Fan Controller

Scythe Kama Meter Fan Controller

Cases & Cooling | 1st May 2007

Today we will be looking at Scythe's newest multi function controller. This device measures up to 4 different temeratures, controls up to 4 fans, and can even control your computers volume. Let's have a look at how well it does its job...

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0 New ATI Chip Set To Improve Multimedia

New ATI Chip Set To Improve Multimedia

Llwyd Johnson | 8th June 2006

New ATI Chip Set To Improve Multimedia

1 Google Spreadsheet

Google Spreadsheet

Llwyd Johnson | 8th June 2006

Google Spreadsheet

4 New AMD roadmap

New AMD roadmap

Llwyd Johnson | 8th June 2006

New AMD roadmap

8 XFX Release Their Nvidia 7950 GX2

XFX Release Their Nvidia 7950 GX2

Dave Stevens | 5th June 2006

XFX Release Their Nvidia 7950 GX2

3 OCZ Reaper HPC PC2-8500 2GB DDR2 Kit

OCZ Reaper HPC PC2-8500 2GB DDR2 Kit

Memory | 30th April 2007

With heatpipe technology becoming a very popular way of passively cooling modern PC components it's no surprise that several memory manufacturers have started using this design on their modules. Today I'll be taking a look at OCZ's first memory kit utilizing this design - the Reaper HPC's.

5 Nexus NHP-2200 Northbridge Cooler

Nexus NHP-2200 Northbridge Cooler

Cases & Cooling | 19th April 2007

The NHP-2200 is Nexus Technology's silent, universal answer to today's ever hotter motherboard chipsets. Let's see if it can successfully live up to its claims of effective cooling and zero noise.

10 Crucial Ballistix PC2-8500 2GB DDR2 Kit

Crucial Ballistix PC2-8500 2GB DDR2 Kit

Memory | 18th April 2007

Crucial may not currently hold the record for having the fastest DDR2 modules on the market, but that doesn't mean we can't have a go at overclocking their recently released Ballistix PC2-8500 2GB kit! Read on to find out how it performed.

8 Scythe Minebea Cooling Fans

Scythe Minebea Cooling Fans

Cases & Cooling | 17th April 2007

Today in the OC3D Labs we have been given the opportunity to review Scythe's Minebea 'Silent IC' cooling fans. Let's head over to the Labs to begin the review.

2 Kingston HyperX PC2-9600 DDR2 2GB Kit

Kingston HyperX PC2-9600 DDR2 2GB Kit

Memory | 10th April 2007

Looking for some seriously fast DDR2 RAM to go with your heavily overclocked Core2Duo rig? Today we check out Kingston's overclocker-orientated HyperX PC2-9600 modules guaranteed to run at DDR2-1200.

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4 EpoX unveils new Conroe board

EpoX unveils new Conroe board

Llwyd Johnson | 3rd June 2006

EpoX unveils new Conroe board

7 ATI RD600 Chipset!

ATI RD600 Chipset!

Twisted | 3rd June 2006

ATI RD600 Chipset!

41 More Vista Setbacks

More Vista Setbacks

Llwyd Johnson | 2nd June 2006

More Vista Setbacks

19 IE7 Vista

IE7 Vista

Llwyd Johnson | 2nd June 2006

IE7 Vista

21 New Security Chip

New Security Chip

Llwyd Johnson | 2nd June 2006

New Security Chip

2 Mushkin Announce First DDR-2 Redline

Mushkin Announce First DDR-2 Redline

Dave Stevens | 2nd June 2006

Mushkin Announce First DDR-2 Redline

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